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Posts from October 2014

Oct 17

Game Face

By David Czarnecki

“Game Face” will be our weekly round-up of our internal and external open source work here at Agora Games. Internal open source refers to our public projects that you can find over at our Agora Games GitHub account. External open source work refers to projects that we contribute to in off-hours and may or may not have anything to do with video games because we’re swell folks like that. Pretty simple right? Here goes…

chai

chai provides a very easy to use api for mocking/stubbing your python objects, patterned after the Mocha library for Ruby. This week we released chai 1.0.0. chai 1.0.0 added spies, a variation of an expectation that asserts a call has happened.

Contributor(s): Aaron Westendorf (GitHub, Twitter)

sidekiq-failures

sidekiq-failures “keeps track of Sidekiq failed jobs and adds a tab to the Web UI to let you browse them.” We submitted a pull request to add the paging links to the bottom of a page of failures.

Contributor(s): David Czarnecki (GitHub, Twitter)

stache

stache is our Rails 3.x and Rails 4.x compatible Mustache/Handlebars Template Handler, with support for partials and a couple extra niceties to make sharing the raw templates with client-side javascript a little easier. In the stache 1.1.0 release, we accepted a pull request to cache compiled templates between requests. You may see a 200-300% boost in rendering performance.

Contributor(s): Markus Harmsen (GitHub.